By the end of this month, it’s expected the Articles of Agreement for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will be finalized and be ready for signing. The China-led development bank also believes it will be up and running by the end of the year.
More than 50 countries have agreed to join this endeavor, but the AIIB isn’t the only game in town when it comes to developing a region where 40% of the population is poor.
Returning to the podcast is Curtis S Chin, Asia Fellow with the Milken Institute to break things down and explain why we need these financial institutions.
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Subject: 800 AIIB Accounts found on 2 Other ISLANDS of the RBC / AIIB Branch
Dear Brothers and Sisters, I have found 2 more islands which they also must given 800 Aiib Account Numbers, I have emailed them already to find out. But Normally they are all connected to each other which is ST. MAARTEN where there many US Tourist and French Tourist. And the other island is Bonaire. So now we have 2 more Location in the Caribbean where the 800 Numbers are being given.
I have extracted them from my SCREEN ONLINE BANKING ,and printed it below, I have also emailed them to ask the requirements. I will KEEP INFORMING ALL OF YOU, BLESSINGS
By phone:Curacao(5999) 763-8438Bonaire(5997) 717-4500 extension 229Sint Maarten(5995) 46-7288Saba(5994) 16-2454